Africa

N’Djamena—Young Diplomats held a half-day seminar in Chad on May 4, entitled “Food Security and Peace Building in the Sahel Region.” The purpose of the seminar was to assess the chronic food insecurity in the region, the current and future ...

Young Diplomats Celebrates the International Day of Sport for Development and Peace in Chad   As a member of Peace and development movement, Young Diplomats has held celebrations in Africa to mark the United Nations’ International Day of Sport for ...

Algeria, in mid-crisis since the announcement of President Bouteflika’s candidacy, lives at the rhythm of demonstrations against the regime in power and of political announcement by the presidential Palace. On March the 3rd, Algerian president Abdelaziz Bouteflika announced his candidacy ...

Chadian Foreign Minister Cherif Mahamt Zen’s exclusive interview with Young Diplomats Young Diplomats’ Africa Regional Director, Idriss Zackaria, conducted an exclusive interview last week with Chad’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Hon. Cherif Mahamat Zen, in the Chadian ...

Jimmy Carter is often portrayed by modern American Progressives as a man who championed peace and human rights. Indeed, since he left office in 1981, he has been involved in numerous efforts to eradicate homeless and diseases like Guinea Worm. ...

This article is an opinion !  On behalf of the Youth of Ghana, Africa and the World, I present this Youth Pledge in Honor of Busumuru Kofi Annan. I call this A Global Platform to Remember a Global Citizen. On ...

Since gaining its independence from France in 1960, there have rarely been so many open questions regarding Chad’s role in the world. What is Chad’s place in Africa, CEMAC or the African Union? What risks and opportunities exist for Chadian ...

On September 3rd 2018, China hosted the seventh Forum on China Africa Cooperation (FOCAC). 53 African states took part in the event, eSwatini (ex-Swaziland) being the only country missing. This connection with the African continent is the next step in ...

The appearance of the former AFPRC military junta’s Spokesperson Rtd. Capt. Ebou Jallow before the famous Janneh Commission, via Skype, to shed light on the controversial $35 million loan secured from Taiwan, following the 1994 military coup, is a bitter ...

Here’s the second part of our article about the next revolution in Africa!   Secessionist sentiments as pre-existing conditions Of course, Africa distinctly remembers the great events that sparked off the Arab Spring in 2010. Bolstered by the flames on ...